If you've got something you'd like to contribute to the forum community at large contact Irisado, Algavinn or myself via PM. We'll help you get it done.
If you see something that we might want to keep available cause it's an awesome discussion, let me know, and I'll link it into this thread in the next post below - also where you can access the articles we had during the pre-2011 codex, which still might inspire you tactically even though units have changed and been added to the Necron army.
A little about posting army lists:
Keep in mind that the more effort you put into your army list, the more constructive feedback you'll receive. Sometimes more constructive feedback means no feedback at all; this often happens when people can't think of anything wrong with a particular army list and everything that's done right needs no comment.
What to include-
If you do yourself and others the favor of at least mentioning whether your list is for competitive play or for fun [or both, or neither], this goes miles to ensuring feedback received is what you're looking for.
If you add a bit about your tactics people can catch you if your off-base, or benefit from your brilliant new tactical insight.
If you add a bit about what models you have available, and whether or not you can buy more, this will keep people from telling you to purchase 30 Immortals when you're a stay-at-home dad.
All in all, army lists written as a laundry list aren't that interesting to read and are easily misinterpreted, while those that read like a novel may turn the casual forum reader off and generate little feedback because it's too much to wade through. Keep all your info useful and to the point, and these simple guidelines in mind, and you'll get the best feedback available.